The Ergotron Neo-Flex Notebook Lift Stand features a 6-inch height adjustment range, providing true ergonomic functionality: lift, turn and tilt a laptop’s screen to the optimum position to increase comfort and productivity. Integrated base rollers enable 360-degrees rotation of the stand so you can share your views with others. Just add an external keyboard and get the comfort of a full desktop computer system with notebook portability. Smooth one-step lift and tilt functionality promote true ergonomic viewing and the vented platform allows for cooling airflow. Easy to use – simple installation and effortless operation and can be used as a projector platform. Make group-viewing of family photos or the Internet more enjoyable and easy.
Ergotron Neo-Flex Notebook Lift Stand Review
I love how this stand means I can just add an external keyboard and get the comfort of a full desktop computer system with notebook portability. The smooth one-step lift and tilt functionality promote true ergonomic viewing from any angle.
I am currently using this to create an efficient dual-display configuration by placing my notebook’s screen alongside an LCD. This means it is great for gaming and the vented platform allows for cooling airflow.
The integrated base rollers enable 360° rotation of the stand so you can share your views with others. This doesn’t get much use on my setup, as it stays in the same place. Also, a nice addition would be the ability to put brakes on the rollers. As I’d like it to just act as a stand most days.
Ergotron has designed the Neo-Flex Notebook Lift Stand to be used with a dock or without. I am a huge fan of expanding the use of products, and this is a great addition.
Set up was an absolute breeze. The only “putting together” needed is the lip to stop the laptop from sliding off. This is adjustable for various laptop sizes. Also, I have found it’s perfect for my projector and allows me to move it around and aim it etc.
Overall, I am in love with the Ergotron Neo-Flex Notebook Lift Stand. If you use your notebook with an external keyboard and mouse, check this out.